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On 16-02-11 14:51, TVCSF Chair wrote:
I could not agree more.  I have been using OOo and Thunderbird for
several years now and try to get the people I work around to use free
rather than MS software.  It is a really hard uphill struggle.
But I would say that I always have my comments at the top of e-mails
as that is the way I prefer to set up Thunderbird.  Some people
obviously prefer to have comments at the bottom, good on them, it
would be a very boring world if we all liked the same things.

This text is off-topic.... :'(


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